See the Difference Raw Pet Food Can Make


See the Difference Raw Pet Food Can Make

When you switch your pet to a raw, fresh Darwin’s natural diet, you will start to see improvements in your pet’s health in as little as 30 days.

Within a few days after switching your dog to a raw food diet, you’ll notice how much more energy your dog has and how much less waste you’ll have to scoop up since they’re consuming food that is more digestible.

After about a month, you will see improvements in your dog’s overall health, as their immune system becomes stronger and better able to fight off disease.

Finally, after a few months, you will notice how much you are saving in veterinary bills and medications for your dog. When they can fight back naturally against disease, they become sick less often. If you dog has a chronic illness like diabetes, skin allergies, or arthritis, you may notice some symptoms start to disappear without medications. Overall, you will have a much happier and healthier pet so you can enjoy the time you have with them!

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A Raw Food Diet for Cats

Cats need a diet composed entirely of meat. Switching to Darwin’s raw cat food can greatly improve your cat’s health by avoiding many of the problems associated with poor nutrition such as hydration imbalances, kidney disease, and crystals and urinary tract infections.

When you switch to Darwin’s Raw Cat Food you’ll also notice that your cat’s fur will become silkier and softer. Their breath will be fresher and their teeth will be cleaner.

They will have fewer digestive health issues and you will notice that there is much less odor coming from the litter box!

Their immune systems will improve and they can better fight off disease on their own.

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